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100 years of UQ hockey

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100 years of UQ hockey

  • How can you increase your chances at goal-setting success? According to a UQ psychology expert, the missing link is compassion – for self, and even perhaps, for others.
  • In this edition of The Real YouQ, we catch up with UQ's very own Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Deborah Terry AC, who was named as a Companion of the Order of Australia in this year's Australia Day Honours list and whose tenure as UQ's Vice-Chancellor has been extended for 5 years. 
  • In this edition of UQ Diaries, 'Contact' wanted to know what makes you irrationally angry, and boy, did this get the blood boiling! Here's what the UQ community had to say.
  • You might have thought that you’re too young to think about superannuation. Or that as long as your employer is making the mandatory contributions, you’re set for a worry-free retirement. Well, think again. Dr Natalie Peng explains why you should be ‘super’ savvy, no matter what stage of life you’re at.
  • This year’s Oscars ceremony will take place on Sunday 10 March and, since almost every individual on the planet has now seen Barbie and Oppenheimer, film critic and UQ alum Matt Toomey thought he would recommend a few of the lesser-known titles that are equally worthy of your attention.
  • A team of scientists on location with a film crew in the remote Amazon has uncovered a previously undocumented species of giant anaconda.
  • Western Australia has introduced a limit on ham in school canteens. Find out what has changed and the evidence it’s based on, plus what are some healthier alternatives for kids’ lunches?
  • We're back with another edition of Love at UQ. From bench seats in Forgan Smith, to years spent on Heron Island, join us as we celebrate the special bonds that university life creates.
  • Emma Johnson was in the global top 0.5% of Taylor Swift’s listeners in 2023. 'Contact' asked the UQ alum to explain the level of unbridled dedication and devotion Swifties have for the pop icon, why the Era’s Tour means everything, and why being a ‘Swiftie’ will never go out of style.

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